Trio of top 15 firms win roles on £2.1bn privatisation of rail link
Herbert Smith, Linklaters and CMS Cameron McKenna have taken lead advisory roles on the £2.1bn disposal of the UK's first high-speed railway to two Canadian pension funds with the deal marking the first significant privatisation under the new coalition Government. Herbert Smith advised longstanding client London and Continental Railways (LCR) on its sale of the Channel Tunnel rail link - High Speed 1 - with global head of infrastructure Patrick Mitchell advising Government-owned LCR.
Herbert Smith, Links, Camerons advise as UK Govt sells off assets
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